SilverStone Expands Its Strider Titanium PSU Line (Updated)

Update, 6/26/17, 1:25pm PT: SilverStone shared with us pricing and availability info:


  • Asia – Late June
  • North America – Mid July
  • Europe – Late July

MSRP (North America)

  • $279.99 – ST1100-TI
  • $299.99 – ST1300-TI
  • $359.99 – ST1500-TI

MSRP w/o VAT (Europe)

  • 269.90 Euro – ST1100-TI
  • 288.90 Euro – ST1300-TI
  • 345.50 Euro – ST1500-TI

Original article, 6/23/17, 10:35am PT:

The cryptocurrency mining community is thriving again, so the need for super strong and highly efficient PSUs rises again. That's probably what made SilverStone expand its flagship Strider Titanium line with three new models, featuring capacities that go up to 1.5kW.

All Strider Titanium models are fully modular and have compact dimensions, with the new high-wattage PSUs reaching 18cm depth. For the 1.5kW unit a depth of only 18cm is an amazing feat, considering that the majority of similar capacity PSUs exceed 20cm length. Our only concern is whether the small depth and the overpopulated PCB will affect the output noise, since the fan has to operate at higher speeds in order to offer the desired airflow under those conditions.

For some weird reason all three new Strider units have exactly the same cable configuration. We expected the 1.5kW model to have at least ten PCIe connectors available, something that many miners would appreciate. Lastly, we strongly suspect that the OEM behind those units is Enhance Electronics. SilverStone didn't reveal a pricing scheme or when the new models will be available in the U.S.

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LineStrider Titanium
New ModelsST1100-TI, ST1300-TI, ST1500-TI
Max. DC Output1100W, 1300W, 1500W
Power Density (Watt Per Liter)ST1100-TI: 474 ST1300-TI: 560 ST1500-TI: 646
Efficiency80 Plus Titanium
ModularYes (fully)
Intel Haswell ReadyYes
Operating temperature0°C ~ 50°C
ProtectionsOver Voltage Protection Under Voltage Protection Over Current Protection Short Circuit Protection Over Power Protection Over Temperature Protection
Cooling135mm Fan
Semi-passive operationYes
Connectors1 x 24 / 20-Pin motherboard connector (550mm) 1 x 8 / 4-Pin EPS / ATX 12V connector (750mm)  1 x 8 / 4-Pin EPS / ATX 12V connector (550mm)  8 x 8 / 6-Pin PCIE connector ("550mm" x 8)  16 x SATA connector ("600mm / 150mm / 150mm / 150mm" x 4)  6 x 4-Pin Peripheral connector ("600mm / 150mm / 150mm" x 2)  1 x 4-Pin Floppy adapter connector (100mm)
Max Power at +12VST1100-TI: 1100 ST1300-TI: 1300 ST1500-TI: 1500
Dimensions (W x H x D)150 x 86 x 180mm
ComplianceATX12V v2.4, EPS 2.92
Warranty5 years
Contributing Editor

Aris Mpitziopoulos is a Contributing Editor at Tom's Hardware US, covering PSUs.

  • drwho1
    5 year warranty.... not enough.
    Everything else sounds good, but the warranty....
  • 10tacle
    19856017 said:
    5 year warranty.... not enough.

    I totally agree from a Titanium level PSU. EVGA's top tier PSUs carry 10 year warranties. Ever since my Corsair TX-750 PSU crapped out after 4 years with a 3 year warranty, I only buy a minimum of a 5-year warranty PSU. My next build will include a 10-year warranty PSU. These days and it appears that into the future, you will not be needing more power over time compared to years past in builds.